KAZ Vs BLR Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Newly promoted Kazakhstan look to power their way to a second straight win in League B.
Engulfed in political turmoil, Belarus turned to their football team to provide much yearned for solace. However, the country was left bereft of any kind of semblance on the sporting field as well with Belarus stuttering their way to an abject 2-0 defeat against Albania.
The result was an unprecedented one, a performance which finally snapped the side’s six match winning spree in the UEFA Nations League. It was a run which had seen them torch their way through the previous campaign of the marquee tournament, one where they didn’t concede a single goal to their opponents.
Where Belarus had to suffer an agonising defeat, things couldn’t have been more sparkling for Kazakhstan. Playing their first encounter in League B after winning their League C group in the inaugural edition, the side came hot out of the blocks to thump Lithuania 2-0.
That performance along with Belarus’ absurd form away from home augurs well for the home side today, Belarus have failed to win 9 of their last 12 outings away from home, a languishing run which has seen them ship in a basketful of goals.
However, these numbers can’t disguise the fact that they are clearly the superior side between these two. Its this knowhow of the game and expertise which will serve them well and see them come up with a draw.
Probable Playing 11
- Stefan misses out on another encounter in lieu of his ongoing injury.
- Federico attributes his absence to his prevalent injury concern.
Nepogodov, Kerimzhanov, Maliy, Marochkin, Shomko, Zhukov, Abiken, Beseybekov, Suyumbaev, Islamkhan, Fedin
Gutor, Zolotov, Aleksandr, Naumov, Bordachev, Selyava, Igor, Evgeni, Pavel, Vitali, Dragun
UEFA Nations League 2020-21
Match: Kazakhstan Vs Belarus Group 4
Date And Time: 7th September, Monday- 7:30pm IST
Venue: Almaty Ortalyk Stadion, Almaty
Telecast: Sony Ten 1/HD
- Baktiyor: 1 Goal
- Dragun: 5 Goals
Lithuania Vs Kazakhstan: 0-2
Belarus Vs Albania: 0-2
KAZ Vs BLR Dream11 Picks
We envision Belarus’ Aleksandr Gutor to remain heavily engaged today. His side’s backline flinches and flickers way too often, a backline which has often flouted the rules of defending especially on away travails.
However, Gutor managed to keep his side’s goal speckle free the last time the side stepped out in the tournament and we envision him doling out a spitting image of those performances today as well.
With both the sides not endowed with the most well versed of defences, this should be a tie where either side scores atleast the one goal. It sees us limit our side to the bare minimum requisite of three defenders with us beginning with a one-two of picks from the home side.
The cleansheet Kazakhstan pulled off against Albania wasn’t the only reason for us to unearth these two picks from the side. Wingbacks Marat Bystrov and Yan Vorogovskiy have heavily made their presence felt in the side’s attacking forays to see us opt for the two.
Elsewhere, his ability to put attacking players in a rut sees us opt for Maksim Bordachev from Belarus.
This Kazakhstan side is one which has seldom paid any heed to the defensive side of the game. Attack has been the name of the game for the side and we envision them deploying the same gameplan when they take on Belarus today as well.
Its one which will accord Belarus with a hoard of opportunities to rake in the goals today. It sees us opt for a trivalent from the visiting side, one which will leave no stone unturned to imbed in place a goal winning display from the side.
The vibrant and robust Aleksandr Selyava, Evgeni Yablonski and Pavel Nyakhaychyk will all be ingrained in our side for this one. The opposition elsewhere sees us repose faith in Gafurzhan Suyumbayev after his gallantry saw him accumulate a bevy of ball recoveries and win a string of aerial duels.
Bakityar Zaynutdinov’s assist the last time around once again exulted why he’s the focal point of his side’s attack. He’s scored four in his side’s last five outings to make him a must have pick for us today.
Belarus on the other hand see striker Stanislav Dragun become the first pick for us from the club. He scored five goals in the side’s last six outings last edition, a name responsible for ensuring his side recorded a win in every single one of those cases.
He’s joined up by the robust Vitaly Lisakovich to complete the duo from Belarus in this slot.
Captain And Vice-Captain
His 5 goals last term see Dragun be our captain for today while Bakityar is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Aleksandr, Bystrov, Maksim, Yan, Gafurzhan, Selyava, Yablonski, Pavel, Dragun, Bakityar, Vitaly
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